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Suck Creek Photos Blog

About Suck Creek Road

Suck Creek Road starts at Signal Mountain Road, but the curves don't begin until you cross Suck Creek into Marion County (which is also where the time zone changes from Eastern to Central). To the base of the mountain on the other side, it's about 12 miles, with many gently-curving twists, one sweeping curve at Ketner Gap as you start down the back of the mountain, followed by a sharp hairpin about halfway down the back. Unless otherwise posted, the speed limit across the entire roadway is 45 MPH. Read more...

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Road Conditions

The road construction on the Chattanooga side of the mountain is complete. The traffic signals are gone, and the road has been paved. However, there are often trees down across the highway and other hazards, including hikers crossing the road on the Cumberland Trail - so keep your eyes open! You can get more road info on the Updates for Suck Creek Mountain Roads Facebook group.

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Suck Creek Road - The "Mini Dragon"

Not as well-known as the world-famous Tail of the Dragon, but still a fun road to ride, with lots of curves as the highway ascends and descends Suck Creek Mountain. Be on the lookout for stopped cars and pedestrians crossing the road to swim and kayak in Suck Creek, and for hikers crossing the highway on the Cumberland Trail. Also, watch out for wildlife - deer frequently cross the road, and have little fear of vehicles.

PLEASE OBEY ALL LAWS AND SPEED LIMITS AND DO NOT LITTER. Ride safe, and live to ride another day.